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Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 6 Plot Size 52000 m² Living Area 585 m²
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Late 19th Century villa, finely restored and together with the annexes offers a total of 7 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. A 1,000 sq m garden surrounds the buildings and could easily house a swimming pool. The remaining land (5.1 ha) houses an olive grove (200 plants), hazelnut grove, mixed woodland and arable land. More info

Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 6 Plot Size 52000 m² Living Area 585 m² Parking Garage Heating Radiators Property Stone walls, wooden beams, paving in cotto dell’Impruneta, 19th-century original doors, historic cellar, garage, alarm system
Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3 Plot Size 4000 m² Living Area 300 m²
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This heavenly property for sale is located next to a church and is the former priests house. Lucky priest to live in such a glorious location with super rural views yet just a short drive from Pieve Santo Stefano in Tuscany, More info

Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3 Plot Size 4000 m² Living Area 300 m² Parking Garage Heating Radiators Property Stone construction, old stone fireplace, terracotta tiles
Bedrooms 12 Bathrooms 7 Plot Size 10000 m² Living Area 340 m²
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Near to Fano in the Marche region of Italy, a restored farmhouse with dependence, garden, tennis court and pool, currently used as an Agriturismo business (12 bedrooms overall) but would also be suitable for extended family use.

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Bedrooms 12 Bathrooms 7 Plot Size 10000 m² Living Area 340 m² Heating Pellet stove Property Stone construction, pergola, loggia, wooden ceilings, exposed stone, parquet flooring, fireplace, professional kitchen, gym
Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 5 Plot Size 36000 m² Living Area 340 m²
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Properties for sale in the Castiglion Fiorentino area of Tuscany are always popular and this 3 bed farmhouse with 2 bed detached annexe, swimming pool, land and 460 olive trees will be no exception. More info

Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 5 Plot Size 36000 m² Living Area 340 m² Heating Pellet stove + fireplaces Property Stone walls, mosaic-tiled swimming pool, pergola, wooden beams, brick-built arches, terracotta floors, stone fireplaces
Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 5 Living Area 228 m²
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This property comes fully furnished and is ideal as a Tuscan home with income as it comes with the necessary  authorization to be run as a B&B. More info

Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 5 Living Area 228 m² Heating Radiators Property Ceilings with wooden beams and terracotta tiles, terracotta flooring, fireplace, olive parquet flooring, garden. Furniture included.
Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1 Plot Size 15000 m² Living Area 290 m²
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An old stone part restored farmhouse for sale, in a lovely rural setting, and only five kilometres from Sansepolcro Tuscany, Possible for up to 5 bedrooms over 2 units. More info

Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1 Plot Size 15000 m² Living Area 290 m² Parking Yes Property Original stone and brick construction, terracotta flooring, ceilings with wooden beams and terracotta tiles, new bathroom, parquet flooring, old stone fireplace.
Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 4 Plot Size 18000 m² Living Area 210 m²
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Restored stone farmhouse home near the Tuscan border. 3-Bed Farmhouse with garden, land, small olive grove and swimming pool. A short drive to Lake Trasimeno and 15 mins from Panicale in Umbria. More info

Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 4 Plot Size 18000 m² Living Area 210 m² Heating Radiators + fireplace Property Stone walls, terracotta floors, wooden beams, fireplaces, alarm system, automated gate
Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 6 Plot Size 5000 m² Living Area 430 m²
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Umbria Farmhouse with guest house, swimming pool and garden for sale, tucked away in the Umbrian countryside a few kilometres from the border with Tuscany, only 40 minutes’ drive from Città di Castello and Cortona. More info

Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 6 Plot Size 5000 m² Living Area 430 m² Heating Underfloor heating with pellet + Radiators Property Stone floors, parquet floors, stone fireplaces, ceilings with wooden beams and terracotta tiles, exposed stone, pellet heating
Bedrooms 9 Bathrooms 7 Plot Size 1200 m² Living Area 730 m²
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Large Rome villa property for sale located in the upmarket residential suburb of Monte Mario. 7-bed villa plus an independent 2-bed apartment, gardens, swimming pool and a superb view over the eternal city of Rome. Quiet and peaceful location but just a few minutes from the city centre. More info

Bedrooms 9 Bathrooms 7 Plot Size 1200 m² Living Area 730 m² Parking Garage Heating Radiators Property Large panoramic windows, ancient terracotta flooring, parquet flooring.
Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 6 Plot Size 440000 m² Living Area 435 m²
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Umbria luxury property located near to Marsciano offering flexible adaptable accommodation, swimming pool, privacy, superb countryside panoramic views and 44 hectares (108 acres) of woodland plus 700 olive trees. More info

Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 6 Plot Size 440000 m² Living Area 435 m² Heating Underfloor heating Property Stone buildings, terracotta flooring, mosaic flooring, ceilings with oak wood beams, double glazing, electric gate, solar panels
Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms 6 Plot Size 35700 m² Living Area 464 m²
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This lovely Tuscany property for sale is located close to Subbiano and cosists of a restored historical stone farmhouse with annexes, garden, pool and land. More info

Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms 6 Plot Size 35700 m² Living Area 464 m² Property Original stone construction, terracotta flooring, ceilings with wooden beams and terracotta tiles, brick-built arches, pergola

 

 

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